|Nevertheless||با این اوصاف|
|Omit||از قلم انداختن|
|Outlandish||عجیب و غریب|
|Partially||تا اندازه ای|
|Pass||عبور کردن، قبول شدن|
|Portray||به تصویر کشیدن|
|Streamline||ساده سازی کردن|
- adj. accentuated
- n. accentuation
- v. to highlight; to give more importance to
- syn. emphasize
The colourful dress accentuated the joy of the occasion.
The supervisor accentuated her preference for hard-working employees during the performance appraisal.
- adj. devisable
- v. to brainstorm; to come up with an idea
- syn. formulate
The firefighters devised a plan to safely bring the cat down from the tree.
The scientists had to devise an entirely new experiment after the first one failed.
- adj. disguised
- n. disguise
- v. to hide the usual appearance of something
- syn. conceal
It is hard to disguise the fact that business is slow.
Everyone saw through his disguise.
- adj. ignitable
- n. ignition
- v. to set on fire; to give energy or life to something
- syn. kindle
The jury’s decision ignited a fierce debate in the legal community.
Wood is difficult to ignite if it is damp.
- n. indifference
- adj. being uninterested or not caring about something
- syn. apathetic
The teacher was indifferent to student requests to extend the project’s deadline.
The player’s indifference about his error on the field upset the coach.
- adj. initiated
- n. initiation
- n. initiative
- v. to begin; to establish; to take decisive action without help
- syn. launch
The newcomers initiated the long citizenship process.
Their work shows a lot of initiative.
- n. innovator
- n. innovation
- adj. something newly introduced; creative
- syn. creative
This innovative project is worthy of support.
There have been many innovations in the field of genetic engineering.
- adj. narrative
- n. narrative
- n. narration
- n. narrator
- v. to tell a story; relate
- syn. relate
Walter Cronkite narrated the documentary film.
Her fabricated narrative generated a lot of excitement.
- conj. in spite of that
- syn. nonetheless
She was quite sick; nevertheless, she attended all of her classes.
His project was flawed; nevertheless, it won second prize.
- n. obsolescence
- adv. being old fashioned; no longer in general use
- syn. outdated
Some people believe that writing instruments, such as pencils and pens will soon be obsolete.
Some products are manufactured with planned obsolescence.
- adj. omitted
- n. omission
- v. to leave out; not include
- syn. neglect
She inadvertently omitted some important data from the report.
His paper had several notable omissions.
- adv. outlandishly
- adj. strange and unpleasant; beyond accepted norms
- syn. bizarre
His outlandish ideas demonstrated his creativity.
Rebellious youth in many countries dress outlandishly.
- v. to defeat; fight with success; to take control of an individual
- syn. conquer
The young woman was overcome with emotion when she learned she had won a scholarship.
The family overcame many obstacles to purchase the house.
- adv. partly
- adj. partial
- n. part
- adv. a part of the whole; incomplete
- syn. somewhat
The clerk was only partially responsible for the error.
The business venture was only a partial success.
- adj. passable
- n. passage
- v. to accept formally by vote
- syn. approve
The proposed amendment passed unanimously.
The passage of the resolution is in doubt.
- n. portrayal
- v. to represent; to act
- syn. depict
The actress portrayed an orphan in the movie.
The book’s portrayal of Mozart as a calm, mature individual is inaccurate.
- adj. streamlined
- v. to update; to make more efficient or concise
- syn. simplify
The planning process must be streamlined in order for it to be more reliable.
Internet stores have streamlined the process of finding, buying, and selling merchandise.